Review: Ropable set to thrill Hitchcock fans

Ropable at the Court Theatre -article by Make Lemonade NZ

The Court’s new play Ropable is an ambitious black comedy riddled with Hitchcock nuances. The Christchurch Court Theatre’s latest play, Ropable, takes its audience to the Hitchcock-themed MacGuffin Hotel where a wedding is set to take place between the beautiful daughter of a famous crime novelist and her mother’s narcissistic ex-husband. A savage

Tech pivotal to lifting govt services

Auckland - Technology is at the heart of improving productivity of government services and the second annual NZTech Advance Government and Technology Summit in Wellington on February 28 will play a landmark role in helping New Zealand become a stronger digital nation, NZTech chief executive Graeme Muller says. The summit is a

Techweek to be biggest ever tech event in NZ

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Auckland - Techweek’17, May 6 to 14 next year, will be the biggest week New Zealand has ever seen or experienced in technology. Techweek will help the push by NZTech for New Zealand become a digital nation and to demonstrate our tech pedigree to the world. More than 100 events will take place

NZ health on cusp of bright new digital era

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  Auckland - New Zealand health is on the cusp of an exciting new era in bettering the country’s healthcare for all Kiwis, New Zealand Health, Information and Technology (NZHIT) chief executive Scott Arrol says. The NZHIT vision for interoperability document will be signed off before Christmas and next year will see

Review: Omigod you guys, it’s just legally perfect!

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Legally Blonde – The Musical is a delightfully uplifting comedy packed with passion, pink and perfection! The musical is an adaption of the 2001 film and quite frankly a classier, funnier and less tacky version. The lead character Elle is a determined blonde armed with a degree in fashion merchandising who, with

Spatial tech helping in 7.8 quake response

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Auckland - New Zealand's skills in advanced spatial technology and geographic intelligence has underpinned much of the response to last week's 7.8 earthquake, NZTech chief executive Graeme Muller says. "When the earthquake hit the South Island last Monday morning, spatial experts across the tech sector and government were able to quickly assign

Tech to save the great Kiwi lifestyle

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Auckland - A tech leader is warning that New Zealanders need to be smarter with the adoption of advanced technologies or the revered Kiwi lifestyle is at massive risk. Rachel Kelly, director of business growth company SparkTank recently attended the world-renowned IBM World of Watson event in Las Vegas where she

Advisory group a boost for NZ smart agriculture

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  Methven - Smart technology could help agriculture add to a predicted $6.4 billion to New Zealand’s gross domestic product from 2025, Precision Agriculture Association New Zealand (PAANZ) chair Craige Mackenzie says. New Zealand had about $1.2 billion worth of agritech exports in 2013 and this figure is growing at a compound